The Act The Time ESL game is a really fun version of Reverse Charades in which students use their arms like clock hands.
In the Alphabet Board Slap ESL Game, students slap the correct letter on the board when it (or a word beginning with that letter) is called out.
In the Alphabet Race ESL game, students race to write a word beginning with each letter of the alphabet.
The fast-paced Anagrams ESL game is a fun way to familiarise your students with vocabulary.
In the Articulate ESL game, students describe words/phrases to their team against the clock.
The Back Draw Telephone ESL game is a version of Telephone for practising numbers and letters with beginner level kids.
The Bananas ESL game is a short, light-hearted exercise designed to get students talking at the start of class.
The Battleships ESL game is a version of the popular game Battleship(s), adapted to practise subject-verb agreement and questions.
The Beer Pong ESL game is an adapted version of the party game in which the ‘beer’ is an English language question or challenge.
Use the Bingo ESL game to practise any kind of vocabulary pairs, including ordinal numbers, nationalities, phonics, and antonyms.
The Blankety Blank ESL game is a version of of the UK TV game show (Match Game in the US), in which students fill in missing words with the aim of matching their classmates.
The Board Race ESL game is a flexible, active way to start the class and/or practise vocabulary.
In the Board Slap ESL game, students slap the correct vocabulary item on the board when it is called out.
The Boggle ESL game is a version of the well-known word game in which students connect random letters to form words.
Test your students’ fluency and bluffing skills with the Box Of Lies ESL game, adapted from The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
The Call My Bluff ESL game is a version of the popular definitions quiz show, great for a higher-level warmer/time-filler, or modal verbs of possibility.
The Can’t Stop ESL game is a variation on the board game of the same name, in which students have to answer consecutive questions correctly to win.
In the Catch And Conjugate ESL game, students throw a ball around, conjugating irregular verbs as they go.
In the Catch And Count ESL game, students throw a ball around, continuing a count whenever it is caught.
In the Change Chairs ESL game (also known as Fruit Bowl), students have to change chairs if the sentence spoken by another student is true for them.